though, in southern missouri that is out ahead of a cold front and it is producing pockets of torrential downpours. we even had some severe thunderstorm warnings issued in that area not that long ago. leer is the heavy rain down across miami, though, through the florida key, as well. you'll get breaks but more heavy rain moves right back in as it's unsettled down across the southern portions and tip of florida. as for rainfall totals we are going to see about an inch or two of rain from those stronger storms in southern missouri and back into northern arkansas then they'll sort of just fizzle out as they move eastward. this front is not moving to the east that quickly. while we see a few showers in western kentucky and tennessee, not a whole lot of rain is expected. same for great lakes, eastern great lakes, erie ri, pennsylvania, up into buffalo, lighter rain as the cold front moves through. they could use rain out that way with drought still on the extreme side. but, unfortunately we're not going to see any rain.